Monthly Archives: April 2013

Marking time

It was a lovely day at Kielder on Tuesday. The wind had eased and it was sunny most of the time. On Nest 1, field observations showed YA and a female, probably the dark headed one, on and around the … Continue reading

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Double egg-stacy!

At Nest 2 at about 11.00 on Sunday Mrs 37 stood up and revealed she had two eggs to keep cosy! Another cool, windy and showery day at Kielder isn’t ideal for laying but better to have such weather now … Continue reading

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Calmer day!

After all the excitement of the first Kielder egg of the season on Friday, Saturday was quite a calm day. The official opening of the revamped Kielder Castle took place so in addition to the usual mix of cyclists, walkers, … Continue reading

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Eggomania

It’s hard not to be excited when the first egg arrives. So here are a few more screenshots from today. Click for larger images.

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Egg-static about the news!

On Friday, Mrs 37 was sitting looking as though she might be on an egg when in flew 37. They mated and it was clear there was nothing beneath her. But the ‘event’ must have stirred things up because about … Continue reading

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Same old…….

No great advances on Wednesday at Kielder. It was wet and windy in the morning, but the afternoon was mild, sunny and fairly calm. On Nest 1 visibility was very poor in the morning but the dark headed female was … Continue reading

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Confused

YA may know what is going on, but the behaviour on Nest 1 continues to confuse mere mortals. At about 10.45 this morning the dark headed female who had been present when YA returned from migration made an appearance. Readers … Continue reading

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